Articles relating to: Manchester
During the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s been widespread re-engagement with nature and, in particular, a notable increase in the public’s appreciation of Britain’s native birds.Read the full story..
“Why do we just throw clothing away?” The founders of Manchester Fashion Movement talk to Northern Soul
Over the last year or so, I’ve become extremely anxious.Read the full story..
“Online platforms allow us to reach new audiences.” Ella Wild, Science and Industry Museum, Manchester
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Manchester Science Festival was one of the most popular science festivals in the UK and had become a key event in the city’s cultural calendar. Here, the Science and Industry Museum’s head of festival and events, Ella Wild, discusses the decision to take the festival online and the benefits that audiences can find in digital events.Read the full story..
Attempting to sum up the city of Manchester in one book is no small task.Read the full story..
“The need for us is still there.” Junior Akinola, Chair of the Board of Trustees at Manchester’s Contact Theatre
Contact has been an integral part of Manchester’s cultural scene since the 1970s.Read the full story..
Northern Soul and People’s Powerhouse are continuing our partnership to share good news stories about businesses, people and communities coming together in the North of England during the COVID-19 crisis.Read the full story..
I’ve just shared a moment with a woman outside Manchester’s HOME.Read the full story..
Over the years, the city of Manchester has become a melting pot for cultures and sub-cultures.Read the full story..
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